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H2esot project begins


ETDYN is proud to be involved as industrial partner in H2ESOT.

This is an EU funded Future Emerging Technologies project with ambitious target to progress scientific and technical know-how with organic thermoelectric materials.

The project is co-ordinated by Professor Simon Woodward, University of Nottingham Chemistry Department.

For more information visit www.h2esot.com